Emma Eaton White Speech
S 1393
1926
1 folder

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Processed by: Christina Baich, November 2005


Biographical Note:

Emma Eaton was born on March 14, 1868, in Black River Falls, Wisconsin. She received her law degree from the University of Michigan in 1894. Eaton married Edward Franklin White in 1900. They had one daughter, Mira. She practiced law in Creston, Iowa, from 1894 to 1897. She then became legal editor for West Publishing Co. in St. Paul, Minnesota (1897-1900) and for Bobbs-Merrill Co. in Indianapolis (1915-1920). Emma Eaton White served as deputy attorney general of Indiana (1921-1925) and reporter for the Supreme and Appellate courts of Indiana (1925-1929). She was also active in a number of clubs.

Source:
Who Was Who in America with World Notables, Volume V. Chicago: Marquis Who’s Who, 1973.

Scope and Content Note:

The collection consists of a speech given by Mrs. E. F. White before the House Judiciary Committee in Washington, D.C., regarding the Wadsworth Amendment. From the content of the speech, it appears this amendment was intended to make it more difficult to amend the Constitution. Senator Wadsworth was an opponent of women’s suffrage.


Item Listing:

1 Folder.  
   
1926 Mar. 1 Speech on the Wadsworth Amendment
   

Collection Information:

Size of Collection:

1 folder

Collection Dates:

1926

Provenance:

Unknown

Access: This collection is open for research.

Restrictions:

None

Reproduction Rights:

Permission to reproduce, exhibit, or publish material in this collection must be obtained from the Manuscript Section, Indiana State Library.  Possession of a reproduction from an Indiana State Library collection does not constitute permission for use.

Language Materials are entirely in English

Alternate Formats:

None

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